All of it.
webofhistory:

A young woman picketing outside the White House for amnesty of war protestors, 1922.  During World War I, some war protesters were arrested under the Espionage and Sedition Acts.  Click here to see some examples of what people were arrested for during that time.

webofhistory:

A young woman picketing outside the White House for amnesty of war protestors, 1922.  During World War I, some war protesters were arrested under the Espionage and Sedition Acts.  Click here to see some examples of what people were arrested for during that time.

firstnamelloyd:

jewist:

so i updated that orange is the new black offense thing bc it was kind of inaccurate and i added some of my faves ok here

YES this is so much better than the other that just said “DRUGS” above everyone

humansofnewyork:

When I began setting up the shot, it was just the boy on the tricycle. By the time I was ready to take the picture, it was this:

humansofnewyork:

When I began setting up the shot, it was just the boy on the tricycle. By the time I was ready to take the picture, it was this:

At gunpoint everybody loves you!!

webofhistory:

A photo of the 6th U.S. President John Quincy Adams from sometime around 1843.  Although this isn’t the oldest photograph of a U.S. President, it may be the oldest surviving photo of one of the earliest U.S. Presidents.  
There is a photo of William Henry Harrison from 1841, which is probably the oldest surviving photo of a sitting U.S. President.  The photo of Adams above was taken after he was already out of office.
So, in other words, unless I’m misunderstanding the source material above, the 6th President of the United States is the first president we actually have a photograph of, although it was after he was already out of office.  There is one other photo of Adams from 1843 that may be older, but not much is known about the photo above, so it’s difficult to know for sure which one is older.  See the other photo below, and read more about it here.

webofhistory:

A photo of the 6th U.S. President John Quincy Adams from sometime around 1843.  Although this isn’t the oldest photograph of a U.S. President, it may be the oldest surviving photo of one of the earliest U.S. Presidents.  

There is a photo of William Henry Harrison from 1841, which is probably the oldest surviving photo of a sitting U.S. President.  The photo of Adams above was taken after he was already out of office.

So, in other words, unless I’m misunderstanding the source material above, the 6th President of the United States is the first president we actually have a photograph of, although it was after he was already out of office.  There is one other photo of Adams from 1843 that may be older, but not much is known about the photo above, so it’s difficult to know for sure which one is older.  See the other photo below, and read more about it here.

laekoa:

☮nature, vintage, hippie blog☮ following back similar

laekoa:

☮nature, vintage, hippie blog☮ following back similar
popchartlab:

Featuring 100 meticulously hand-drawn MC effigies, this flava-ful flow chart asks and answers a question of lexical freshness: Who boasts the most Brobdingnagian (that means biggest) vocabulary in hip-hop?
Produced and expanded in conjunction with Matt Daniels, and adapted from his original “Largest Vocabulary in Hip-Hop,” this polished, pumped-up print is 20% off for 24 hours only!

popchartlab:

Featuring 100 meticulously hand-drawn MC effigies, this flava-ful flow chart asks and answers a question of lexical freshness: Who boasts the most Brobdingnagian (that means biggest) vocabulary in hip-hop?

Produced and expanded in conjunction with Matt Daniels, and adapted from his original “Largest Vocabulary in Hip-Hop,” this polished, pumped-up print is 20% off for 24 hours only!

If you do your best, over and over again, you will become a master of transformation. Practice makes the master. By doing your best you become a master. Everything you have ever learned, you learned through repetition. You learned to write, to drive and even to walk by repetition. You are a master of speaking your language because you practiced. Action is what makes the difference.
- Don Miguel Ruiz: The Four Agreements (via glawarhal)